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HP Offers Cloud-based Management For Smartphones, PCs

|September 22 2010 |Industry News


The IT giant HP is offering a solution that helps wireless and broadband companies generate new revenue by providing midsize business customers with cloud-based mobile device management services. With HP Cloud Services Enablement for Device Management as a Service (HP CSE for DMaaS), communications service providers (CSPs) can help businesses solve a costly and burdensome problem: managing employee smartphones, notebooks and other mobile devices. As work moves outside the office, businesses must support a wide array of mobile devices, networks, operating systems and applications, said the company.

“With HP CSE for DMaaS, CSPs can provide businesses with an efficient, flexible, services-on-demand solution. Through a secure, customizable web portal, IT staff can manage mobile devices and PCs through the cloud. Using over-the-air technology they can configure devices, distribute applications, diagnose problems, enforce security policies and protect data with full back-up and restore capability,” HP added.

"As mobile device management becomes more complex and costly, companies need help from a trusted provider," said Tim Marsden, director, communications and media solutions, HP. "CSPs can become that provider. With the HP solution, they can leverage the advantages of the cloud, efficiently manage a company's mobile devices and, ultimately, build a new business for themselves."

To accelerate CSP deployment of the solution, HP provides complete consulting and integration services. More information about the HP Cloud Services Enablement portfolio for CSPs and HP CSE for DMaaS is available at hp.com/go/CSE4CSP.


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